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Rethinking Auto-Parallelisation

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Improving program performance using automatic tools has been the subject of research stretching back to the dawn of high-level programming languages. For some, it is the perfect research topic - always room for improvement. For others, it is something that time and again fails to deliver. In this talk I will explore why compiler-based code optimisation has often failed to deliver. I will also look at ways we can recast compiler optimisation so that it can meet the challenges of legacy, parallelism and heterogeneity.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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